7.04.2010

and there was a blinding light...

Sometimes I forget to turn to God with my emotions. Upon remembering that God has the best shoulder to cry on and the best ear to listen to others, I also remember what an awful, busy Christian I am. What kind of christian is too busy to remember God? Gahhhhhh.

2 comments:

Yuree said...

I know exactly what you mean. I feel the same way. In GSE though, I've been trying to read like a chapter of the Bible every day and like try to talk to God as much as possible. :D It's really nice knowing that God is with you at all times...

Madeline said...

I get that way. I go to a church camp called Waycross. I'm Episcopalian--a very laid-back denomination, but I think a person can be devout in any denomination. I go through a pretty hard place every spring... Seasonal Affective Disorder stuff, then every summer, Waycross reminds me why I'm here, why I'm glad to be a Christian. I don't know if you have a place like that, but I love it there. It changes me.

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